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I take molipaxin as supplement to my cardio therapy. I need...
" I take molipaxin as supplement to my cardio ...therapy. I need to take anxyolitics because of insomnia related to palpitations and ...I need more information about molipaxin. Does... "
over the years. I am on Molipaxin and should be starting to...
" ...my friends birthing partner. I am agoraphobic though and have been ...accumulation of panic and stress/depression over the years. I am on Molipaxin and should be starting to... "
ff. And go back on Molipaxin. Whatever the financial c...
" ...I have had it. I am incredibly tense and have been suicidal again. So I am ...wean myself off. And go back on Molipaxin. Whatever the financial cost. Please don't chime in on this, BO. Anyone who has... "
is the Molipaxin my Psychiatrist prescribed, it just helps...
" It takes me hours to fall asleep, tossing and turning. What helps is the Molipaxin my Psychiatrist prescribed, it just helps me fall asleep and it is a mood stabiliser. I have been off them for... "
s on molipaxin 300mg for a few years but have recently ta...
" Hi I've was on molipaxin 300mg for a few years ...better on the 150. I found it to be very sedating. 300mg is a... "
It just helps me fall asleep but not necessarily keep...
" ...wake during the night in pain from hunger. The only way I get sleep is when I take the Molipaxin my Psychiatrist prescribed. It just helps me fall asleep but not necessarily keep me asleep.... "
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